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The increasing popularity of the Museum is beginning to take a toll on the pinball games in our Pay-to-Play Area.  The continuous hours of play has our small staff working diligently to repair games when the Museum is closed.  Still, we need some extra hands to help us keep pace with the cleaning, repair and maintenance of the machines and welcome anyone who would like to volunteer at the Museum.  Experience is helpful but not required – we are happy to show you the ropes.

If you want to volunteer but are not interested in working on machines there are a number of other opportunities to support NPM and feed your passion for pinball, history and art. We have openings for volunteer technicians, docents, instructors, researchers, and support staff. 

Read more about the volunteer positions we offer.

You must be flexible, dependable and interested in working with diverse groups of people. Volunteers must pass a background screening. Previous work or volunteer experience at a cultural organization is desired but not mandatory.


  • Discounts on admissions, workshops and merchandis
  • One free game in our Pay-to-Play Area for every hour of volunteer service at the Museum.
  • Invitations to volunteer and special events at NPM
  • Subscription toNPM’s quarterly newsletter TILT
  • More importantly, you will play a key role in preserving pinball as a permanent record of American history.

To Become a Volunteer

To apply, fill out our online application here and return your completed application by mail or email to:

Kyle Lawson
National Pinball Museum
608 Water Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

(443) 438-1241
[email protected]


With over 14,000 square feet dedicated to all things Pinball, our new facility is large enough to house most of our collection and our innovative educational and cultural programs:


• exhibit spaces

• classroom and workshops

• state-of-the-art restoration lab

• library

• gift shop